About Dr. Jumoke I. Oladele
Jumoke I. Oladele completed her PhD in Educational Research, Measurement and Evaluation. She holds a permanent teaching position with the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, a postdoctoral research fellowship with the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, and a non-stipend research award grant with the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Her specialization is in educational evaluation and psychometrics. She is skilled in leveraging technology for research, among other uses. Her research interests are in scholarship of teaching and learning, item response theory-based psychometrics in educational assessments with computer adaptive testing, applicable to a wide range of subjects focusing on improving standardized assessment in Africa, educational evaluation, and gender/innovation studies. So far, her research has generated several publications in national and international journals (https://bit.ly/jio_g_scholar). She is the initiator of the Association of Computer Adaptive Testing in Africa of which she is a member and serving as the research/membership director. She is also a member of other learned societies such as Teacher’s Registration Council of Nigeria, Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria and the International Association for Computerized Adaptive Testing among others. She also on the editorial board of The Journal of Evaluation and Journal of Educational Research in Developing Areas while she also engages in peer reviews for a good number of other renowned journals nationally and internationally.